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Opera: The Extravagant Art Hardcover – October 1, 1984. by Herbert Lindenberger (Author).
Opera: The Extravagant Art Hardcover – October 1, 1984.
by. Lindenberger, Herbert Samuel, 1929-. Cornell University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books.
ISBN13:9780801494253. Release Date:September 1986.
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Setting opera within a variety of contexts - social, aesthetic, historical - Lindenberger illuminates a form that has persisted in recognizable shape for over four centuries. The study examines the social entanglements of opera, for example the relation of Mozart's Abduction from the Seraglio and Verdi's Il trovatore to its initial and later audiences. It shows how modernist opera rethought the nature of theatricality and often challenged its viewers by means of both musical and theatrical shock effects
Herbert Samuel Lindenberger, American writer, literature educator.
Herbert Samuel Lindenberger, American writer, literature educator. Fulbright scholar Austria, 1952-1953; Guggenheim fellow, 1968-1969; National Endowment Humanities fellow, 1975-1976, 82-83; Stanford University Humanities Center Fellow, 1982-1983.
Opera, the extravagant art. Willis Goth Regier, Herbert Samuel Lindenberger. Herbert Lindenberger regards the modern canon as not quite opera in its resistance to the theatricality of traditional opera, its forays into popular musical forms, and its use of imitation an. More).
The book sets operatic orientalism within a context oforientalist art and literature, with .
The book sets operatic orientalism within a context oforientalist art and literature, with examples from the menacing Turks of late-eighteenth century opera through the exotic sexuality of the late nineteenth century to the multiculturalism central to some celebrated operas of the 1990's. Two seemingly antithetical works of 1930, Schoenberg's Moses und Aron and the Brecht-Weill Mahagonny, are presented as complementary exemplars of the avant-garde of their time.
By (author) Herbert Lindenberger.
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